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IML and Active Learning: An experience with Peer Instruction and TBL

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The Laboratory for Innovative Methodologies is a project of the Center for Educational Consultancy at UNISAL, São Paulo, Brazil, which prioritizes the student as the main subject in the educational process and positions the professor as a mediator in the process of teaching and learning. This innovative webinar features professors Antonio Sávio da Silva Pinto and Marcilene Rodrigues Pereira Bueno of UNISAL, who will discuss the creation of the Innovative Methodologies Laboratory (IML), as well as its successes and impact on faculty and students.

ANTONIO SÁVIO DA SILVA PINTO: In 2012, Antonio completed a master’s degree in Constitutional Law at the Centro Universitário Salesiano de São Paulo, UNISAL, Lorena, Brazil. He is a researcher of active learning at LMI, UNISAL, and is engaged in implementing Peer Instruction and Team-Based Learning. He has a Specialization in Criminal and Procedural Law and a Bachelor’s in Law from the Centro Universitário Salesiano de São Paulo, UNISAL, Lorena, Brazil, 2009.

MARCILENE RODRIGUES PEREIRA BUENO: Marcilene completed her master’s in Linguistics from the Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo, Brazil, in 1996. She is currently a Professor of Portuguese Language at the Centro Universitário Salesiano de São Paulo for both undergraduate and graduate programs. She is also a researcher of active learning and reading and discourse analysis at LMI, UNISAL. Marcilene is engaged in implementing Peer Instruction, Team-Based Learning and writing across the curriculum at UNISAL.

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